Friday, September 30, 2016
10:00am - 3:00pm
Registration Deadline: 4:30 pm, September 26
Collegiate School, Richmond, VA
Sharp Academic Commons
Consider the impact that our current presidential election and recent racial tensions are having on our students and our schools.
Learn how to have non-biased and culturally sensitive conversations related to our current political and social climate.
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Respectful Discourse: Political and Social Conversations in the School Environment
Dr. Julian Hayter
Dr. Hayter is a historian whose research focuses on modern U.S./African history, American political development during the mid-20th century, the unintended consequences of African American political empowerment and governance post-1965, and voting rights in the south. His work has been widely published, and his current book, The Dream Lost: Voting Rights and the Politics of Race in Richmond, Virginia is due to be released by the University Press of Kentucky in the spring of 2017. A popular and creative teacher, Dr. Hayter was named Faculty Member of the Year in 2013-14 by the Richmond College Student Government Association.